International Maritime Organization
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has called for urgent action against piracy in the Gulf of Guinea just as the Nigerian government said it has taken drastic action to enhance security on the waterways.
16 Sep 2020
The World Shipping Council (WSC), has raised serious concerns for maritime trade and global efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions if the European Union...
4 Dec 2019
For the fourth time, Nigeria has failed to clinch the coveted Category ‘C’ seat on the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Council.
30 May 2018
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) the global regulatory body for international shipping has commenced work to look into how safe, secure and environmentally sound Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships (MASS) operations may be addressed its instruments.
13 Feb 2018
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has assured that their is no going back on the enforcement of the 2020 sulfur cap, which means that as of January 1, 2020, ships will be banned from burning any marine fuel with a sulfur content above 0.5 pct. IMO’s Secretary General, Kitack Lim, said: “The lower global sulfur…
6 Jul 2016
A new regulation requiring the gross mass verification of a container before it is loaded onto a ship shall ensure the safety of over 170 million containers at destinations yearly.